déplacer ou rock your knees up and down while nodding your head to accomplish the typical stage movements of John Lennon. The head bobbing will help toi confiture and mimic the movements of the guitar-playing.
Use the pick to play the notes up and down. Songs such as "Can't Buy Me Love," "I've Just Seen A Face" and "Help!" have mad, intense strumming sequences that require quick, rapide, swift movements. The rapide, swift movements need to feel almost angry and frustrated.
Place your thumb on the first string ou "low E." Guitarists usually use their index finger to hold this string, but holding the "low E" with your thumb allows toi to hold the note plus securely, and therefore, produce a funkier, Lennon-like beat. When toi have to go up and down the neck of the guitar, slide your hand and reposition your thumb on the "low E" cord.
Hold the cord, and then strum the notes that toi want to play. Lennon favored the bottom three strings ou the strings that are closest to the ground: high "E," "B" and "G." Hold these three strings with your fingers while holding the "low E" with your thumb.
Strum the notes to a slow song as perfectly as toi can. On slow songs, toi do not have to use the "low E," but the high "E," "B" and "G" are still favored. This means that toi must stress every note instead of mashing the notes together. Not using the thumb will make for a softer melody. In songs such as "Imagine," "Woman" and "The Luck of the Irish," the slow movements of the strings make for a lower melody and a romantic song